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The outcome of this question is the desire to improve affordability so the person can get a second home loan. Whether to increase their real estate portfolio or to give their parents a new home is mostly irrelevant to achieving that affordability.

In the current Rand situation, it can be an attractive option to invest offshore. But before you choose any one of these, it is first necessary to name that principle as old as time itself – don’t put all your eggs in one basket

The wonderful thing about being young is that you can take a few calculated risks. There is time to ride out the storm.

The reality is that it’s super risky business to invest with a loan. The investment you make with the borrowed funds should obviously rake in a much higher return on investment through capital gains or dividends than the interest amounting on your loan.

Unfortunately, only 6% of South Africans get to retire happily and comfortably due to a lack of proactive saving and investing. Retirement is a real thing and yes, happy retirement does not come cheap. Or does it?

You undoubtedly know the worth of saving for a rainy day and investing in and for your future self, your family, and your children. It’s crucial that you have funds acc

You might still be wondering – Can You Start a Business in an Economic Crisis?? The short answer is – Yes, the long answer is – aye aye captain! Now you can almost hear the waves and taste the salty sea breeze, ready to set sail? Wait, but first, what is a business?

Is it smart to invest at this very moment? South Africans are in a difficult situation now.

Money talks – the investment returns on a project will determine the success thereof. But do higher returns really mean more money?

Tax versus Fees, why the question? Let’s rewind to the 1860s, John Wanamaker, a Philadelphia retailer figured his customers and salesmen had better things to